A. Substitution Reaction
B. Elimination Reaction
C. Oxidation Reaction
D. Free Radius Reaction
Correct Answer: A. Substitution Reaction
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The presence of a greater number of alkyl groups on a substrate typically favors:
In substitution reactions, one or more substituents are replaced by other groups. Alkyl groups are electron-donating groups, and their presence on the substrate can stabilize the intermediate carbocation formed during the substitution reaction. This stabilization makes the substitution reaction more favorable when there are more alkyl groups attached to the substrate.